8 good things to do in the triad: June 10-16 | Business

1) Our time – June 10, 2021 – The Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County and Triad Cultural Arts will present “Our Time: A Conversation in Black and White,” a new play by Lynn Felder, June 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on June 12 at the Reynolds Place Theater at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 251 N. Spruce St. Tickets are free with online registration required at www.intohearts.org, and donations will be accepted. “Our Time” is supported, in part, by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation through the Artists Thrive initiative.

A multimedia theatrical event, the three-character one-act play, a workshop production, takes place in Winston-Salem after a Black Lives Matter rally and a Sons of the Confederacy protest against the removal of a Confederate monument. Two men, one black and one white, are reluctantly drawn into a conversation by an old hippie as they all wait for their rides to bring them home. There will be a discussion with the cast, crew and audience after each performance. Photographs by Owens Daniels of the BLM marches and Sons of Confederation protests are used in the stage design. For more information, call 336-655-7047 or visit www.artzenstuff.com.

2) Social welcome! – June 11, 2021 – The Winston-Salem Ambassadors will organize a Welcome Social on Friday June 11, 2021, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Whether you’re brand new and want to meet up or just thrilled to be back in the world, come and join them in the “coal pit” behind Incendiary Brewing at 486 N. Patterson Ave. in downtown Winston Salem.

3) Paroles By The Lake – June 11, 2021– Lyrics by the Lake is a one-of-a-kind community arts event featuring live musical performances, comedy acts, poetry and spoken word performances, live painting, and the WINSDAY Vendor Marketplace, which includes a variety of local small businesses. This event, held at SECCA from 6.30 p.m. to 9 p.m., provides a platform for artists and creatives in the region and uses art in all its forms to foster intercultural and intergenerational relations.

Lyrics by the Lake is hosted by LB the Poet and presented by the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. It’s also a direct summer spinoff from The Word of Mouth Wednesday’s Experience.

4) Stomp The Stigma – June 12, 2021 – Tailgate at the Stomp The Stigma Drive-In concert on June 12 at 7 p.m. and dance to the country music styles of Russ Varnell & His Too Country Band and Michael Cosner & The Fugitives. The event will take place at the Greensboro Coliseum complex. Single general admission tickets are $ 12. Car tickets are $ 50, 4 adults per car. Children under 16 enter for free. The ticket price includes parking and the queue area as well as a free Stomp The Stigma neck strap for each participant. The money raised benefits the mental health of Greensboro.

5) Dunleath PorchFest – June 12, 2021 – The community is invited to experience the hospitality of Dunleath on Saturdays from 12pm to 5pm while enjoying the wealth of performing artists in our community. The neighbors offer their porches, and the musicians bring their talents. Shows are held throughout the neighborhood and guests can walk from house to house, enjoying the goodwill of the community in a festival atmosphere. There are also food vendors, event t-shirts and masks, and to generate even more community goodwill, we’ll be collecting canned goods for the Triad Health Project’s pantry. This family event ends with a single performance at Sternberger Park to conclude the event. Entrance is free and everyone is welcome. More information on https://www.dunleath.org/porchfest-about

6) Green Party 2021 – June 12, 2021 – Join the Guilford Green Foundation on Saturday June 12, 6-10 p.m., for the Guilford Green Foundation & LGBTQ Center Green Party 2021 at LeBauer Park. Hearty appetizers and cocktails will be served. Entertainment will include live music from Big Betty and the Punchbowl and DJs Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olson. For more information and guidelines, visit www.guilfordgreenfoundation.org/green-party-tickets/. The dress for this event is derby / garden party dress.

7) The good watts at Little Brother – June 12, 2021 – The Good Watts will perform at Little Brother Brewing, 348 S. Elm St. This duo performs blues, funk and rock. They will also perform in their full band, Carri and the Good Watts. The free show will start at 8:30 p.m.

8) Solo Jazz Afternoon – June 13, 2021 – Lewis and Elm will offer an afternoon of solo jazz presented by Sam Fribush on Sunday, June 13. Fribush, born and raised in Greensboro, is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music. After college, he moved to New Orleans, where he performed every night, learning the lore and sounds of the mighty Mississippi. Fribush has two flamboyant new albums from the Sam Fribush Organ Trio – Vol. I: Riverboat and Vol II: The Root.

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